What passing offense? The Jets are making their case for the most inept passing attack in the NFL.
99 yards on 22 carries isn't too shabby, but Bilal Powell's fumble in the third quarter sapped New York's momentum and turned a one score game into a laugher late.
Ryan Tannehill finished the afternoon 28-of-43 for 331 yards and two touchdowns. The Jets had no answer for Brian Hartline who scorched the secondary for 127 yards on nine receptions including a 21 yard touchdown.
The NFL's top run stuffing unit looked very ordinary Sunday surrendering 125 yards as the Dolphins chewed up time of possession and wore out New York's stout defensive front.
Rex Ryan's offensive unit never adjusted to Miami's pass rush and on the defensive side Tannehill had all day in the pocket as the Jets chose forgo their blitz and played spotty coverage in the secondary.
A lone bright spot for the Jets as they amassed 136 yards on five kickoff returns and punter Ryan Quigley averaged 45.1 yards on seven punts.